New York

New York (HMNUZ)

Location: Chattanooga, TN 37409 Hamilton County
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Country: United States of America
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N 35° 0.847', W 85° 20.517'

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(East Side):
To Ireland's (formerly Greene's) Brigade, Geary's Division, Slocum's Corps, Hooker's command, 11th and 12th Corps, Army of the Potomac, in the Battle of Lookout Mountain, November 24, 1863.
60th New York Infantry
Col. Abel Godard

78th New York Infantry
Lt. Col. H. Von Hammerstein

102nd New York Infantry
Col. James C. Lane

137th New York Infantry
Capt. Milo B. Eldredge

149th New York Infantry
Col. Henry A. Barnum
Lt. Col. Charles B. Randall

(North Side):
Effective Force of Brigade
47 Officers 728 Enlisted Men

60th New York - Killed 5 enlisted men
Wounded 4 officers, 24 enlisted men

102nd New York - Killed 1 officer,
Wounded 1 officer, 3 enlisted men

137th New York - Killed 1 officer, 4 enlisted men
Wounded 17 enlisted men

149th New York - Killed 8 enlisted men
Wounded 7 officers, 46 enlisted men
Total Loss, 121

Maj. Gilbert M. Elliott, 102nd N.Y. - Lt. Geo. C. Owen, 137th N.Y.

60th New York Infantry
Maj. Winslow M. Thomas
Capt. Percy S. Sinclair
Lt. Thomas Hobart
Lt. John C. Wilson

102nd New York Infantry
Lt.-Col. Robert Avery

149th New York Infantry
Col. Henry A. Barnum
Capt. Oliver T. May
Capt. Park Wheeler
Capt. Eben G. Townsend
Lt. George K. Collins
Lt. Thomas Merriam
Adjt. Walter M. Dallman

West Side
This brigade, excepting the 78th New York, left on picket, crossed Lookout Creek, about 9 a.m., November 24, 1863, at Light's Dam, forming the centre of the first line of battle, consisting of Geary's Division. After advancing about two miles, part of Walthall's Mississippi Brigade was confronted behind breastworks, about 80 rods in rear of this position. A sharp engagement followed. Battle-flags, a number of prisoners and two abandoned guns were captured. The brigade advanced under fire around the northern point of the mountain and across this plateau to a position about 100 yards beyond Craven's House, where line of battle was halted, at noon, and re-aligned; the 60th New York resting up the hill; the 137th New York in front of the house; the 149th New York to the left and extending down the slope and the 102nd New York skirmishers to the left of the 149th New York.
The left was attacked about 1 p.m., by Moore's Alabama Brigade, which was repelled by the 149th New York skirmishers, under command of Capt. Lewis R. Stegman, and a part of one regiment of Whitaker's Brigade. The formation continued until 3 p.m., when the brigade was relieved by other troops.
Year Placed1898
Placed ByState of New York
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 at 12:34am PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)16S E 651281 N 3875864
Decimal Degrees35.01411667, -85.34195000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 35° 0.847', W 85° 20.517'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds35° 0' 50.82" N, 85° 20' 31.02" W
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Area Code(s)423
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 6448-6460 Bluff Trail, Chattanooga TN 37409, US
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